If you’re unsure about what is going on with Brexit, don’t worry, we’re here to help! It is good to get informed and a great place to stay updated is on the King’s Intranet. Here you can view the latest updates and information as the Brexit process develops. There is a wealth of information for students, including resources on travelling, Visas, fees, healthcare and… More What is going on with Brexit?
A panel of inspiring public and global health professionals joined us on campus in February for our Discover Careers in Public and Global Health event. Their experience spans consultancy, global NGOs and smaller charities, research and academia. They all gave a clear message that careers in public and global health are not linear. So let… More 8 core skills for careers in public and global health
The final part of our three-part series on how to become LinkedIn savvy is upon us! This post will focus on why networking is the most effective job search tool. These materials have been created by Sabrina Woods and additional handouts can be found at www.sabrina-woods.com/linkedin. Networking is the most effective job search tool Increase your… More Networking as part of the job search
It is not always the case that your perfect job or internship is advertised in plain sight. Sometimes the job search needs a little initiative and sometimes you will need to be the one to reach out to employers. Although it can seem intimidating, sending out a speculative job application can have its benefits and will show the… More Dos and don’ts for making speculative applications
We have another guest post from Andy in the King’s Experience team today. Andy is here to tell you a little bit about the annual Posters in Parliament competition, which King’s participated in this year (for the first time!). Read on to find out more about this excellent opportunity to present your research… King’s participated… More Posters in Parliament – what’s that all about?
King’s Careers & Employability are constantly hosting events throughout the year, but it can be hard to keep up. If you missed an event, do not fear – you can now feel as if you were there due to the wonderful invention of Lecture Capture! Hidden within KEATS sits the Careers & Employability Hub. Once you’re in,… More Never miss a King’s Careers event again!
Welcome to the second post from our three-part series on how to become LinkedIn savvy! This post gives some tips and advice on how to build and maintain a LinkedIn network. These materials have been created by Sabrina Woods and additional handouts can be found at www.sabrina-woods.com/linkedin. Add to your connections Invite past and current coworkers,… More How to build and maintain your LinkedIn network
Are you creating the apps of tomorrow? If you are, we have the perfect opportunity for you… OnePlus is currently offering an exciting opportunity for student developers and tech enthusiasts. Through their programme 5G Apps of Tomorrow, OnePlus is looking for your App of Tomorrow pitch. They want to get behind app creators of all… More 5G Apps of Tomorrow
We’ve covered a lot about how to build your CV, but what if you’re planning on applying to jobs overseas in the United States? If you’ve ever applied for internships, particularly in the USA, you may have noticed that employers often ask for a resume instead of a CV. Having moved to the UK for… More CV vs. Resume – what’s the difference?
With a wide range of roles available, working in a think tank can mean different things. For this exact reason there are also different ways to get into the think tank ‘sector’ and it might be difficult to say what life in a think tank is really like – it will vary from think tank… More Working in think tanks – where should I start?